Accommodation at Eskdale B&B
Wide Deck Breakfast Room Lounge Room

Old Brisbane houses are special. Like those built elsewhere in the northern half of Australia, old Brisbane houses are raised above the ground on stumps. They have wooden walls and a corrugated iron roof, high ceilings, a verandah on the front for shade and a central hall to catch the breeze. Come to Eskdale and discover what they're like for yourself.

Eskdale was built in 1907 and is typical of the Federation style. It has most of its original features and was repaired and redecorated in 1998.

There are four guest bedrooms, each decorated individually. Single, double or twin accommodation is available. There are long single beds, double, queen and kingsize.

Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom

The bathrooms are new, centrally located and airy. Both shower and bath are available.

Guest Lounge
Sit down in the guest lounge to read, talk or watch television. There's a large supply of maps, timetables and brochures on what to see and do in and around Brisbane.

Dining Room & Kitchen
The dining room opens onto the deck. A continental or buffet breakfast is served and tea and coffee-making facilities are always available. If you'd like use of the kitchen, just ask.

verandah & Deck
The verandah at the front has direct access to one of the bedrooms, and is available to all guests. Just sit and watch the world go by!The deck at the back is a recent addition. Another place to sit. Watch the birds in the garden. Breakfast can be served here when the weather is fine and warm.

Most of the garden is new. A few bushes survive from the early years of the house, but most were planted early in 1998. The plants are mainly Australian natives, particularly the subtropical varieties native to the Brisbane area.

Parking Your Car
There's a 2-hour limit to parking on the street during the day. But you can reverse down the driveway and into the parking spaces under the house. Tall vehicles like vans or four-wheel-drives can be parked beside the house.

Smokefree Accommodation
There's no smoking inside or on the verandah or deck.

Verandah Garden Entrance

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